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Baltic Neopaganism is the grouping of those movements which revive the autochthonous religion of the Balts (Lithuanians and Latvians). These movements trace their origins back to the 19th century and they were suppressed under the Soviet Union; after its fall they have witnessed a blossoming alongside the identity revival of the Baltic peoples, both in their homelands and amongst expateriate Baltic communities.
- Piotr Wiench. Neopaganism in Central-Eastern Europe.
- Monika Hanley. Baltic diaspora and the rise of Neo-Paganism. The Baltic Times, 2010.
- Jonas Trinkunas. Revival of the ancient Baltic religions.
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